People & Events
Red Rock to host Friday music event
Red Rock Center for the Arts will host Friday Music in Citizens Park, featuring Sister Luv, at noon today in downtown Fairmont. Organizers say attendees may wish to bring a lawn chair. The concert will feature pop, country and gospel music. It is free and family-friendly. Free hot dogs, chips and water will be provided while supplies last. All are welcome.
Fairmont to host free Extreme Tour concert
The Extreme Tour will make a stop in Fairmont for a free concert from 5-10 p.m. Saturday at Sylvania Park. The Extreme Tour is the world’s largest free music and extreme sports tour, and seeks to bring people together to celebrate their communities. The event is for people of all ages. View the bands at TheExtremeTour.com. Food vendors will be available on site. Everyone is invited.
Sportsman’s Club resumes trap shooting
East Chain Sportsman’s Club will hold a trap shoot beginning noon Sunday at the club located a half-mile north of East Chain. Social distancing guidelines will be followed as needed. They will be shooting 25-yard bird practice rounds, then 16-yard and 25-yard Oakley’s and Boondocks. The grill will be on all day. For more information, contact Moby at (507) 236-4189. Everyone is welcome.
Ruby’s Pantry set for Monday in Sherburn
Ruby’s Pantry will be held in Sherburn on Monday in the Sherburn High School parking lot. Distribution will begin around 5:30 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. They will have volunteers posted at street corners pointing participants where to go. Participants are asked to line up on North Prairie. Participants are required to open their trunks at the beginning, then drive through to each pallet and the workers will place the food in the trunk. Participants are asked not to bring any containers. Participants are asked to stay in their vehicles along the line. There will be a worker at the beginning of the line to collect the $20.
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